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We've acquired Metaweb, a company that maintains an open database of things in the world," Jack Menzel, a Google director of product management, said in a blog post.
0 also includes an Install-Shield wizard for easier installation, dozens of Excel PivotTable productivity reports, an open database connectivity (ODBC) driver, improved user tracking, shipment tracking, address mapping and much more, Open Systems says.
Advanced Pick: Open Database is developed by Pick Systems and is available on MS-DOS, OS/2, SCO, major Unix platforms, and standalone.
Open Database Connectivity (ODBC) is the international API standard for database access.
G2C-RC 03 also includes Verilog 2001 support and open database access for chip finishing and customization with the standard interface.
The IMS requests will be serviced through the new IMS DB Open Database Access (ODBA) facility, enabling greater throughput and lower overhead.
By licensing several JDA applications, including Open DataBase Merchandising System(TM) (ODBMS(R)), Internet Store Portals(TM), Win/DSS(R) store system and JDA Affinity(TM) CRM application, the sporting goods leader will achieve its stated goal of excelling not only in retailing and buying, but also in all facets of daily operations including supply chain and technology.
Alias|Wavefront selected NetTracker for their Web analytics solution because it not only provided consistently reliable and accurate Web site visitor sessionization, but an open database schema which allowed them to seamlessly integrate Web site traffic data from NetTracker with WEBINTELLIGENCE(R), the internet-based business intelligence solution from Business Objects.